So now that uTorrent literally sucks a giant dick, what is a nice simple lightweight torrent client I can use?
They got bought out by the MPAA
Confirmed uTorrent shill. Transmission is good looking, simple, and requires no setup. Neither does deluge, although at least its web interface takes a few minutes at most of getting used to unless you're literally retarded.
All I want from a torrent client:
>Thin client functionality (not webUI)
>RSS feed that can:
>>Assign labels based on feed
>>Specify file location based on feed
I know Deluge has thin client features, but it's not good enough with RSS feeds.
What should I use?
>hurr fucking durr how do I use settings
>MPAA confirmed since 2007 to track what users are downloading
>"It just werks"
utorrent shill confirmed
What does the mpaa do with the data?
MPAA and uTorrent are collaborating together, and have been since 2007. Additional info from more recent times:
About a year ago it came out that utorrent was making money by secretly turning your computer into a bitcoin miner and sending the bitcoin back to the creator of utorrent.
Basically utorrent would use your electricity and hardware to make money without your knowledge.
Are there any that have really advanced controls?
Like lets say I want to quickly select to only download screenshots, then easily choose to download only videos that match with the name of certain screenshots quickly and easily. Without manually going back and forth and checking/unchecking a billion files individually.
Also if anyone can recommend a good batch video corruption checking program? Sucks to find out later the index of a video is fucked up despite downloading properly (since it was probably broke in the original seed).
Migrated to qbittorrent on a whim today, I'd forgotten about the whole .unwanted folder faggotry which made me stop using it last time I tried it and now I'm back to utorrent 2.2.1.
Can't really stand some aspects of deluge, are there any other decent options for windows?